Hannah Quinn-Mulligan: Farmers have been brainwashed by Continentals
We are told ‘bigger is better’ and lectured to on the carbon efficiency of Limousins – but smaller breeds often suit our farms and our markets. It all underlines how farmers are being screwed from every angle: by the factories, by the supermarkets and by the experts.
We have a delicate situation on the farm that has caused some consternation between myself and my grandmother. It centres on my grandmother’s favourite cow.
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